The next time you’re having a video conference with your bosses or loved ones, you can let them know that you’re in Singapore–virtually of course.
You may not be able to travel to Singapore now, but you can experience our attractions from wherever you are.
From the soaring towers of Marina Bay Sands to the surreal super trees of Gardens by the Bay and the iconic rain vortex of Jewel Changi Airport, we share these amazing backdrops with you to make your next virtual meeting much more aesthetically pleasing and fun.
All you have to do is download the virtual background images and videos and upload them on your preferred conference platform.
Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay
A dazzling light and sound show takes place nightly amid the spectacular Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay.
Formula 1™ Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix
The streets of Singapore roar to life with the revving of race car engines at the Formula 1™ Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix.
The Raffles Hotel Singapore, established in 1887, is a heritage icon where its storied elegance and compelling history continues to draw travellers from around the world.
The S.E.A. Aquarium™ at Resorts World™ Sentosa is a magical marine world with more than 100,000 marine animals, including hammerhead sharks, goliath groupers and manta rays.
With pristine beaches, tropical landscapes and luxurious hotels, Sentosa is the perfect island resort well-loved by both locals and international visitors..
Walk above lush green foliage at the TreeTop Walk, a 250-metre long aerial free standing suspension bridge spanning two highest points within MacRitchie Nature Reserve.
The Marina Bay area is home to some of the city’s most distinctive architectural icons such as the soaring structure of Marina Bay Sands®, the eye-catching Singapore Flyer and the charmingly durian-shaped Esplanade.
Gardens by the Bay
The sleekly sculptured Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories are nestled within the lush greenery of Gardens by the Bay.
Jewel Changi Airport
More than just a shopping destination, Jewel Changi Airport’s Forest Valley fuses the beauty of nature with modern architecture.
As one of the early playgrounds designed in the 70s, the dragon playground in the neighbourhood of Toa Payoh is popular with locals thanks to its nostalgic value and unique mosaic aesthetics.
Half-fish and half-lion, the instantly recognisable Merlion resides at the Merlion Park waterfront. Sprouting water from its mouth, the Merlion statue stands tall at 8.6 metres and weighs 70 tonnes.
Spot the golden dome of Sultan Mosque in Kampong Gelam, a vibrant neighbourhood with a rich history, excellent eateries and mix of traditional and modern shops.